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  • Meet the Artist event heralds Flowing Colours exhibition

    Meet the Artist event heralds Flowing Colours exhibition0

    Anna Dyson’s Flowing Colours exhibition launches tonight (Tuesday) at the cornerHOUSE. The Meet the Artist event at the Surbiton arts centre from 7-9pm also includes a screen presentation of Anna’s oil-on-canvas paintings. As well as the chance to buy her artwork there is also the opportunity to snap up leggings, bags, gifts and cards which

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  • Awe-inspiring skies herald Georgina Allen’s latest show

    Awe-inspiring skies herald Georgina Allen’s latest show0

    You have until Saturday (July 4) to visit Long Ditton artist Georgina Allen’s exhibition of dramatic landscapes and awe-inspiring skies in a virtual show hosted by the Piers Feetham Gallery in Chelsea. The Mixed Spring Exhibition is also open by appointment from Thursday to Saturday. Phone 0207 381 3031 or email piersfeethamgallery@hotmail.com Pembrokeshire (Freshwater West

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  • Café holds lockdown drawing competition for children

    Café holds lockdown drawing competition for children0

    Aoife Hyams, aged two, holds an illustration of Coffee on the Corner drawn by local artist Emma Bryan. Now her father Kyle, who owns the café at the junction of Beaconsfield Road and King Charles Road, is challenging children to draw or paint their own image of the Surbiton shop. “We’d love to see some

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  • Georgina unveils online art show

    Georgina unveils online art show0

    Long Ditton artist Georgina Allen’s dramatic landscapes, typically celebrating Pembrokeshire’s awe-inspiring skies, feature in an online spring exhibition which has just opened. A dozen of her works are in the Piers Feetham Gallery virtual show until June 30, with windswept views of Yorkshire, Wiltshire, Teesdale, the Peak District, Herefordshire, the Cotswolds, Cornwall and the Brecon

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  • Artist sketches her lockdown life

    Artist sketches her lockdown life0

    Artist Jo Kheir has turned her hand to chronicling her life in lockdown through daily sketches. Jo, who was about to hold her first exhibition of oil paintings, prints, photos, and life drawings in Surbiton, when events were axed because of the coronavirus crisis, is now getting out her sketchpad and producing doodles on things

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